Everyone from young children to grandparents whisper tales of Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer during the Christmas season. Santa needed Rudolph to guide his sleigh that foggy Christmas Eve. What would have happened if Frosty the snowman entered Rudolph in a livestock show at the Missouri State Fair?
Here are ten reasons why Rudolph would make a great show animal (if given the chance).
10.) Santa would have to be a judge at the Missouri State Fair in order to pick the very best for his reindeer team.
9.) Rudolph's red nose would be desired by all other reindeer breeders and his genetics would have come at a hefty price.
8.) His bravery and strength to lead Santa's sleigh would allow him to be confident in the arena.
7.) Flying reindeer would score highly in the eyes of Judge Santa.
6.) Frosty would surely use SuperShine hoof polish before letting Rudolph enter the ring. A nice blowout at the wash-rack would make his coat shine as bright as his nose.
5.) He was never allowed to play reindeer games, therefore he would not act up when it was showtime.
4.) Frosty has a tight bond with Rudolph, just like show-kids do with their livestock. That would make exhibiting a breeze for the two of them.
3.) Santa would try not to play favorites, but Dasher and Dancer would not have compared to Rudolph.
2.) Frosty's show-stick would need jingle-bells and Christmas lights on it. He would sneak Rudolph candy-canes between classes.
1.) Rudolph would go down in history as the Grand Champion reindeer at the Missouri State Fair.